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Dinoceras

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Dinoceras

(Science: paleontology) a genus of large extinct eocene mammals from Wyoming.

They were herbivorous, and remarkable for three pairs of hornlike protuberances on the skull. The males were armed with a pair of powerful canine tusks.

Synonym: uintatherium.

Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Terrible _, horn.